|Jane Frazee-01-11 - Jane Frazee|
1940s,Boogie Woogie,my adobe hacienda,ten cents a dance,sho sho Baby,
Keywords: roy rogers; bob crosby
|Bob Crosby Who's Sorry Now 1938 - musicrestorer|
Keywords: Swing music Bob Crosby
|Way Back When episode 2.6 "What About Bob?" - Gordon Purkis|
Way Back When episode 2.6 "What About Bob?" Featuring Bob Crosby For more information about Way Back When Radio visit www.waybackwhenradio.com
Keywords: jazz; way back when radio; bob crosby
|I'm Goin' Shoppin' With You (from Gold Diggers of 1935) - Dorsey Brothers, Bob Crosby|
Keywords: Dorsey; Dorsey Brothers; Tommy Dorsey; Bob Crosby
Downloads: 417 (1 review)
|''The Bob Crosby Show'' - 2/June/1955|
Here's a 15-minute fragment from the daytime TV series "The Bob Crosby Show". I don't know if the complete episode survives. This fragment includes some music, a beautiful live TV blooper involving the music, and a couple commercials for TV dinners.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; The Bob Crosby Show; Bob Crosby; Blooper; Bloopers
|The Jack Benny Program, Season 2, Episode 1 â Aired: 11/04/1951|
The guest stars are singer Dorothy Shay, the "Park Avenue Hillbilly" and musician Frank Remley. Bob Crosby walks on stage in the middle of one of Jack's monologue jokes and proceeds to sing "I'm Sending You a Big Bouquet of Roses". Then, Don Wilson interrupts to apologize for being late. Mel Blanc, the taxi driver who brought Wilson to the studio, brings in the briefcase he left behind. Jack is shocked when Don tips him a five! Dorothy Shay sings "Beverly Hills"...
Keywords: Jack Benny; Dorothy Shay; Frank Remley; Bob Crosby; Don Wilson; Mel Blanc
Downloads: 1,628 (1 review)
|Duffy's Tavern 44 04 25 Crosby And Hope ( Bob Crosby & Delores Hope)|
Duffy plans to do a radio show from the tavern with Dolores Hope and Bob Crosby, hoping they will bring along husband Bob and brother Bing.
Keywords: Duffy's Tavern; Ed Gardner; Bob Crosby; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR; Dolores Hope
|I Can't Dance (I Got Ants In My Pants) - Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, v/Bob Crosby - Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, vocal by Bob Crosby|
Recorded around 1934-1937, on Decca starburst label 116 B. UPDATE: I re-transcribed the record, and with my improved resources, was able to produce a MUCH better transcription. Posted by Anubis4545
Keywords: Bob Crosby; 1930s; 30s; Dorsey Brothers; Decca; 78rpm
|The Jack Benny Program, Season 4, Episode 3 â Humphrey Bogart guest - Aired: 10/25/1951|
Jack's monologue is interrupted by Bob Crosby, who's upset that his song was cut from the show, and by Don, who's angry that he's not a part of this week's commercial. In the sketch, officers haul "Baby Face" Bogart into the police station. He tells Detective Benny he knows nothing about the murder of Blinky Mason. Benny tries to get rough but Bogart keeps slapping him back. During the interrogation, "Baby Face" launches into the Lucky Strike commercial and sings their jingle...
Keywords: Jack Benny; Bob Crosby; Don Wilson; Humphrey Bogart; Sara Berner; Benny Rubin
|The Bob Crosby Show (1955)|
Appearing with Bob Crosby on this daytime show from May 2, 1955 are: The Modernaires with Paula Kelly, Joanie O'Brien, Carol Richards, Jack Narz and The Bob-Cats. Guest: Johnny Mercer
Keywords: Classic TV; CBS; 1950's Television; Live Television; Kinescope; Bob Crosby; Johnny Mercer; Betty Crocker; 1955
Downloads: 1,165 (1 review)
|Bob Crosby and his Bob Cats|
A few old jazz 78s from Bob Crosby, some with his "Bob Cats", cleaned up with Mono-a-Mono (http://mono-a-mono.x10.mx/).
Keywords: Bob Crosby; Bob Cats; Decca; 78; 78rpm; Mono-a-Mono
The Army was the original source of the V-Disc records, with their first being issued in October of 1943.The Army’s V-Disc project provided a monthly 'care' package of music specially recorded for troops overseas. Soldiers fighting a far-flung war welcomed these musical snapshots of life back home.The V-Disc project actually began in June 1941, six months before the United States' involvement in World War II, when Captain Howard Bronson was assigned to the Army's Recreation and Welfare Se...
Keywords: AFRS; WWII; Glenn Miller; Mildred Bailey; Hazel Scott; Frank Sinatra; Spike Jones; Sister Tharpe; Artie Shaw; Tommy Dorsey; Earl Robinson; Ted FioritoRed Norvo; Bob Crosby
Downloads: 1,276 (4 reviews)
|Georgia Gibbs-01-88 - Georgia Gibbs|
1940s and 1950s
Keywords: wrap your troubles in dreams; dance with me henry; walkin' the floor over you; kiss of fire; if I'd known you were coming I'd have baked a cake; wrap your troubles in dreams; play a simple melody; ballin' the jack; autumn leaves; bob crosby; popular songs
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; WWII; Benny Goodman; Lena Horne; Tommy Dorsey; Frank Sinatra; GI Jive; GI Jill; Harry James; Peggy Lee; Earl Hines; Bob Crosby; Bing Crosby; Sound Off; Command Performance; Yank Swing Session; Big Band; Jazz; Swing; Jubilee; Benny Carter; Tiny Bradshaw; Freddy Slack; Kay Kyser; Woody Herman
|Entertainment, Movie S'Tracks, Newcasts, Radio Promo's, Dance Bands 1936 -1940 - Phil Binstead|
This is No 4 of 13 Entertainment files. These are the stars that were popular during the years 1936 - 1940 great numbers by the Dance Bands both british and American, soundtracks from popular movies of the time and the radio promo's to promote some of them, also the radio news broadcasts keeping everyone informed of progress of the seemingly inevitable war on the horizon, the popular radio shows such as ITMA and Bandwagon, also the delightful British film Musical star Jessie Mathews singing perh...
Keywords: Winston Churchill; Vera Lynn; The Squadronairs; Paul Whiteman; Paul Robeson; Elizabeth Welch; Neville Chamberlain; Nelson Eddy; Jeanette MacDonald; Mae West; Don Ameche; Alice Faye; Betty Grable; Billy Gilbert; Judy Garland; Jessie Mathews; Jack Hylton; Tommy Hanley; ITMA; Bandwagon; James Cagney; Pat O'Brien; The Dead End Kids; Eddie Cantor. Edward R Murrow; Judy Garland; Dick Powell; Bob Hope; Shirley Ross; fred Astaire; Ginger Rogers; Carroll Gibbons; Bob Crosby; Buster Crabbe; Betty Davis; Arthur Askey; Richard Murdoch; Ethel Merman; Alexanders Ragtime Band; Sweetheart Time; Gold Diggers In Paris
|AFRS One Night Stand - WA4CZD|
One Night Stand was a program of live music ("remotes") that was produced & broadcast by the U.S. government via the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) radio network. It featured the popular bands of the day and some lesser-known groups. Some of the vocalists: Meredith Blake, Liz Tilton, Anita O'Day, Helen Ward, Eugenie Baird, Bob Anthony, Thelma Carpenter, Jimmy Rushing, Earle Warren, Dinah Washington, Kitty Kallen, Rosetta Williams, Doris Day, Kay Starr, et al...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945; World War II; WWII; AFRS; Big Band; Swing; Jazz; OTR; Vaughn Monroe; Charlie Spivak; Betty Norton; Ziggy Talent; Charlie Spivak; Shep Fields; Boyd Raeburn; Glen Gray; Count Basie; Sonny Donham; Russ Morgan; Jan Garber; Lionel Hampton; Lenny Conn; Harry James; John Kirby; Jan Savitt; Carl Ravazza; Freddy Martin; Jack Teagarden; Woody Herman; Henry Busse; Bob Chester; Stan Kenton; Louis Prima; Joe Reichman; Charlie Barnet; Shorty Sherock; Cab Calloway; Lucky Millinder; Chuck Foster; Les Brown; Jimmie Lunceford; Bob Crosby; Ray McKinley; Dick Jurgens; Hal McIntyre; Bobby Sherwood; Boyd Raeburn; Claude Thornhill; Benny Goodman; Harry James; Gene Krupa; Frankie Carle; Ray Anthony; Eddy Howard; Russ Morgan; Jerry Gray; Vincent Lopez; Leon Kelner; Charlie Barnet; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; Old Time Radio; 1955; 1957; 1959; 1961; 1964
|AFRS Jubilee! - WA4CZD|
The Jubilee! radio show was broadcast on the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) and featured "Negro" performers. The dates on these files, show numbers, as well as some performer's names, came from the Jubilee! transcription pages by Carl Hallstrom & Bo Scherman: http://home.swipnet.se/dooji/jubilee.htm The Radio Gold Index http://www.radiogoldindex.com DB was helpful too. Any typo or error is mine...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, African American; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Jubilee; AFRS; WWII; jazz; swing; jump blues; otr; Lucky Millinder; The Delta Rhythm Boys; Jimmie Noone; Butterfly McQueen; Ida James; Sister Rosetta Tharpe; Erskine Hawkins; Lena Horne; Nat King Cole; Eddie Anderson; Jean Rogers; May Johnson; James Mitchell; Johnny Taylor; Louis Jordan; Joe Turner; Ammons & Johnson; Harlon Leonard; Teddy Wilson; Thelma Carpenter; Jimmy Rushing; Earl Warren; Cee Pee Johnson; Maurice Rocco; Sir Lancelot; Louis Armstrong; Art Tatum; Fats Waller; Mills Brothers; Thelma Middleton; Barney Bigard; Lionel Hampton; Dinah Washington; Golden Gate Quartet; Johnny Mercer; Timmie Rogers; George Burns; Gracie Allen; Cab Calloway; The 4 Seabees; Bob Crosby; Andy Kirk & his Clouds of Joy; June Richmond; AFRS Orchestra; Duke Ellington; Louis Jordan & His Tympani 5; Fletcher Henderson; Delta Rhythm Boys; Dorothy Donegan; The Charioteers; Eddie Green; Jimmy Baskette; Dorothy Donegan; Bob Parish; International Sweethearts of Rhythm; Jimmie Lunceford; Carmen Miranda; Maxine Sullivan; Eddie South; Jerry Lester Meade Lux Lewis; Hedda Hopper; Ernest Whitman; Joe Sullivan; Elmer Fain; Tommy Dorsey; June Richmond; Butterfly McQueen; Count Basie; Thelma Carpenter; Earle Warren; Al Casey; Ethel Waters; Ted Straeter; Gene Krupa; Rose Chi Chi Murphy; Sam McDaniel; Charlie Barnet; Eddie Heywood; Buddy Rich; Thelma Carpenter; Illinois Jacquet; Billy Eckstine; Coleman Hawkins; Earl Hines; Mantan Moreland; Slim Gaillard; The Loumel Morgan Trio; The Town Criers; Benny Carter; Kitty Kallen; Red Callender; Josh White; The Four Blazes; Illinois Jacquet Sextette; Betty Roche; Jimmy Durante; Helen Humes; Effie Smith; Garry Moore; Andre Previn; Joe Liggins; Hattie McDaniel; Ernest Whitman; King Sisters; International Sweethearts Of Rhythm; Ethel Waters; Johnny Mercer; Nicodemus; The Four Vs; Boyd Raeburn; Ginny Powell; Earl Hines; Ricky Jordan; Tommy Todd; Bobby Sherwood; Liz Tilton; The Modernaires; Cliff Lang; Herb Jeffries; The 4 Chicks & Chuck; Kay Starr; Andre Previn; Vivien Garry; Les Paul; Arv Garrison; Barney Kessel; Frances Glynn; Jay Johnson; Liz Tilton; Paula Kelly; The Modernaires; Stan Kenton; June Christy; The Four Blazes; Max Miller; Shelley Manne; Kai Winding; Judy Carroll; Woody Herman; Jesse Price; Dodo Marmarosa; Joan Benson; Mel Torme; The Saul Davis Trio; The Merry Macs; Gerald Wilson; Mabel Scott; Beryl Davis; Cyril Haynes; Joe Alexander; Earle Spencer; Al Killian; Howard McGhee; Ike Carpenter; Jean Louise; Corky Corcoran; Pete Daily; Martha Tilton; Johnny White; Freddie Davis; Eddie Skrivanek Sextette; Peter Lind Hayes; The Luvenia Nash Singers; Al Killian; Ish Kabibble; Hadda Brooks; Merwyn Bogue; Jane Russell; Roy Milton; Ernie Felice; Lynne Stevens; Ella Mae Morse; Jimmy Rushing; Gene Norman; Will Scott; Johnny Desmond; Peggy Lee; Jane Russell; Kay Kyser; Hadda Brooks; Frankie Laine; Frankie Soputo; Johnny Desmond; Howard Halburt; Nick Delano; Murray McEachern; Lorry Raine; Nellie Lutcher; Kid Ory; Ernie Andrews; Dick Kane; Eddie Robertson; Al Sack; Annette Warrn; The Crew Chiefs; Eileen Wilson; Roy Eldridge; Jesse Price; Woody Herman; Linda Lombard; Opie Cates; Virginia Ginny Jackson; Toni Harper; Jimmy Mundy; Nellie Lutcher; The Mello-Larks; Jean Byron; Basin Street Boys; The AFRS Orchestra; Georgia Gibbs; Herb Jeffries; Keith Williams; Jean Taylor; Jackie Mills; Stan Hasselgard; Rickey Jordan; Vic Dickenson; Kay Starr; Dave Cavanaugh; Ernie Felice; Frances Wayne; Laine Sisters; Matt Dennis; Jimmy Zito; Bobby Troup; Trernier Twins; Jeff Dane; Harry Lubin; Anita Ellis; Walter Gross; Sarah Berne; Doris Butler; Johnny Otis; Joan Barton; Barclay Allen; Johnny Moore; Jimmy Witherspoon; Anita Ellis; Ken Carson; Ella Fitzgerald; Bill Barnett; Tampa Red; The Velvetones; Bob Keen; Frances Wayne; The Neal Hefti Quartet; Jelly Roll Morton; Harry James; Helen Ward; Page Cavanaugh; Earl Hines; Connie Jordan Quartet; Mary Lou Williams; Ray Anthony; Michel Perriere; Georgie Auld; Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires
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